Em Qui, 2009-03-12 às 10:28 -0700, Larry Wall escreveu:
> On Thu, Mar 12, 2009 at 08:51:45AM -0700, Ovid wrote:
> : > From: David Green <david.gr...@telus.net>
> : > I suppose, but is there a reason why you want to apply roles instead of 
> coercing 
> : > the results?
> : Because I am coming from Moose instead of Perl 6 and didn't know about this 
> :) 
> Note however that coercions require parens these days, since types parse
> as values, not as routine names.
>     $x = Role::Serializable::XML($resultset);
>     $y = Role::Serializable::YAML($resultset);

Er... wouldn't that create a proto-object sending $resultset as the
attribute for the only attribute that the Role can have? being the
equivalent to:

  $x = Role::Serializable::XML{ :attr($resultset) }

It is even supposed to fail if that Role declares more than one

Or am I missing something?


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